PUBG Mobile launches its subscription plans called “Prime” and “Prime Plus”

PUBG Mobile has officially launched its subscription plans called “PUBG Prime” and “PUBG Prime Plus” for iOS and Android users. Since the release was on 1st of April, many gamers thought its an April fools prank. However, PUBG Mobile confirmed that it’s not a prank but is official on their twitter account.

PUBG Prime will cost only $0.99 per month, allowing users to buy in-game items in exchange for Battle Points for 7 or 30 days. Users would also be able to collect a maximum of 150 UC (Unknown Cash) per month with a 5 UC per day.

PUBG Prime plan will cost $9.99 per month which would allow users to buy items for 7 days, 30 days or can choose to buy them permanently. Users will also get 20 UC per day, with 600 UC in total a month. PUBG Mobile is currently giving the PUBG Prime for a discounted price of $4.99 per month for a limited time only.

According to rumors, prices for each plan iOS users and Android users might be different. Although, no official statements have been made by PUBG Mobile regarding the prices being different yet.